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Practice sight reading with a violin by matching up the finger positions to the notes in the keys of C. This app uses a straight forward approach of displaying music notation in a format resembling real sheet music. Simple and effective practice to help you learn your instrument. More improvements will come and there are no ads and no in app purchases.

What’s New

Version 1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Lurkling ,

Great things coming

This app is still under development and so doesnt yet have everything that’s intended. That being said! 🦄✨ This is still phenomenal for getting your brain to associate first position notes on the violin with the actual notes on the staff. 🎻 This was a disconnect i had which was hindering me. How awesome to have a way to practice this even when i can’t take my violin out! It means i can drill in practice almost anywhere! (I miss having a tally of how many rounds or minutes I practiced in a day... like a log. I hope hat gets added soon). This plus the notestrainer app (for 🎹) are a GODSEND. My sight reading has improved dramatically (treble, bass, and grand staff). If u put in the time, you will get better. These apps just make that more easy/accessible. THRILLED. 😆💜

Zoopal5 ,

Small app with big impact!

I’m just starting out, learning violin. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to take formal lessons yet, and have had to rely on online resources for learning.

As a technically oriented person, I struggled to find a clear representation of the note progression on the violin fingerboard, until the first time I played this app. About half-way through the first lesson, it clicked. I was still slow, but I hit fewer wrong notes.

TheAppleMonster ,

Great app for practice!

I wish this app was around longer. In reality, I play the violin. However, I was never all that great because I am very bad at sight reading when it comes to the higher and lower notes. The one good thing about this app is the strings are laid out like the actual violin where you pick where that note is. For once I wish my phone wasn't as wide, then it'd be like actually playing one.

App Privacy

The developer, Ryan Newsome, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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